Beauty Queen Turned Corporate Attorney
As one of the nation's leading experts on the art of maximizing potential, Reinvention Strategist™, Entrepreneur and Entertainment Attorney, MARSHAWN EVANS is Founder of ME Unlimited®, a consulting firm focusing on reinvention, diversity, women’s empowerment, leadership and peak performance strategies. She is founder of ME University® - The Ultimate Business & Branding Bootcamp, the industry’s premiere summit for equipping entrepreneurs to monetize and maximize their expertise through branding.She is author of the best-selling book, SKIRTS in the Boardroom: A Woman’s Survival Guide to Success in Business & Life, published by Wiley the largest business book publisher in the world.As the former President of EDGE 3M Sports & Entertainment – she quickly built one of the fastest-growing woman-owned professional sports management and branding agencies in the country, successfully elevating the profile of athletes in the NBA, NFL, WNBA, and Major League Baseball (www.edge3m.com). She is Founder and Executive Producer of The Caring EDGE Awards held annually in Atlanta, GA recognizing the philanthropic contributions of professional athletes and entertainers.Her successes in the classroom and the courtroom took her to the infamous boardroom as one of Donald Trump's handpicked cast members on NBC's hit show “THE APPRENTICE.” Marshawn was the only person to lead Trump’s all-women’s team to a victory as the Project Manager for an upscale, yet in your face, Lamborghini advertising campaign. She has worked on marketing initiatives for global corporations such as HP, Delta Airlines, Tiffany & Co, Rolls-Royce, Vitamin Water, Gatorade, Kraft, Bally Total Fitness, Dairy Queen, and Best Buy.
As Miss District of Columbia, she finished 3rd runner-up at the Miss America Competition winning talent and interview. Using the power of expectation to surpass “problem-child” stereotypes, Marshawn, who is also a Harry S. Truman Scholar and a former U.S. ambassador to the International Summit of Achievement in Dublin, Ireland, received over $200,000 in scholarships and graduated magna cum laude from Texas Christian University with honors and distinction, where she joined Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. She launched a new ministry called Marketplace Women™ focused on equipping women of faith to thrive in the workplace, and has held several international business summits in Nigeria, Ghana, the Bahamas, and Mexico.Named one of Atlanta’s Power 30 under 30, she is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, a member of the State Bar of Georgia, and is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States.Marshawn has been featured by Glamour Magazine, ESSENCE Magazine, Upscale, Diversity Business Magazine, USA Today, The Big Idea on CNBC, Fox News, MTV, the Paula White Show, and Christian Living Magazine. She regularly contributes for Fox Business Channel, PINK Magazine, Black Enterprise, CNN and ESPN.
Executive EDGE™ – How to Make Your Mark
Habitude™ – Style Your Life for a Lifestyle of Success
Reinvent ME™ - The Five Steps to Rebrand, Refocus, and Reignite YOU
Advance ME™ – The Ultimate Branding & Business Bootcamp
Whoops! The Major Branding Mistakes EVEYRONE Makes (corporate)
He Said, She Said: Gender Difference in Leadership & Communication
The Diversity EDGE™ : Value Differences with Different Values
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